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#12. SprucePineFir lumber weighs 26 lb/ft3. What is the
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#12. SprucePineFir lumber weighs 26 lb/ft3. What is the weight in pounds per lineal foot of a 6” x 10” (actual dimensions: 5½” x 9½”) timber beam? What is the weight of the beam in kN/m and the mass in kg/m?
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Hi there!
Weight in pounds per lineal foot = weight per cubic foot x dimension
Weight in pounds per lineal foot = 26 x 6 x 10
Weight in pounds per lineal foot =
1560 lb/ft
Weight of the beam in kN/m:
1 lb/ft = 0.01459 kN/m
1560 lb/ft =
22.8 kN/m
Weight of the beam in kg/m:
1 kN/m = 101.9 kg/m
22.8 kN/m =
2324.2 kg/m
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SprucePineFir lumber weighs 26 lb/ft3. What is the weight in pounds per lineal foot of a 10"x10" (actual dimensions: 9 1/2" x 9 1/2") timber colum? What is the weight of the column in kN/m and the mass in kg/m?
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replied 4 years ago.
Weight in pounds per lineal foot = weight per cubic foot x dimension
Weight in pounds per lineal foot = 26 x 10 x 10
Weight in pounds per lineal foot =
2600 lb/ft
Weight of the beam in kN/m:
1 lb/ft = 0.01459 kN/m
2600 lb/ft =
37.93 kN/m
Weight of the beam in kg/m:
1 kN/m = 101.9 kg/m
37.93 kN/m =
3865.1 kg/m
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Customer:
replied 4 years ago.
where are you getting 0.01459 kN/m from
Expert:
M Hasan
replied 4 years ago.
Hi there!
1 lb = 0.004448 kN
and
1 ft = 0.3048 m
1 lb/ft = (1 lb)/(1 ft) = 0.004448/0.3048 = 0.01459 kN/m
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Customer:
replied 4 years ago.
and where are you getting 101.9 kg/m
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M Hasan
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